Tristan Broz and Noah Beck have been named to receive the Rookie of the Year award.
Broz’s in game consistency made him a standout candidate. The Bloomington, MN native skated in 48 games on the season, collecting 35 points (14g, 21a), and placing third in team goals.
“Tristan’s offensive ability & instincts allowed him to have an immediate impact in the USHL. He earned his opportunity early on and worked his way into becoming one of our top six forwards,” said Head Coach Lamoureux.
Defenseman, Beck, suited up for 42 games, where he accumulated four goals and 23 assists in his USHL rookie season.
“Noah’s development was steady throughout the season. His game grew on both sides of the puck week-to-week. He became a top-4 D-man & offensive threat on a consistent basis toward the end of the season,” Head Coach Lamoureux said of the Richmond Hill, Ontario native.
The honor of Rookie of the Year has previously been awarded to standout Force alumni including Josh Nodler, Strauss Mann, Hank Crone, and Dominic Toninato.